Equitable vaccine implementation : reaching people where they are
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    As COVID-19 vaccines roll out in communities around the country, it is important to ensure equitable access for all populations, especially people who: • are at increased risk for COVID-19, • face systemic health and social inequities, and • have barriers to vaccination like accessibility, proximity to services, mobility, technology, and transportation. Making it as easy as possible for communities to get vaccinated by bringing vaccine access to multiple settings can increase the number of individuals who receive the vaccine. This is especially important for those who might not otherwise receive the vaccine, such as racial and ethnic minority groups; high-need rural, urban, and frontier communities; refugees; immigrants; migrant populations; and people with disabilities. Equitable access to vaccination can help reduce COVID-19 in communities at disproportionate risk. CS 322424-S Publication date from docutment properties. tip-sheet-equitable-vaccine-implementation.pdf
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